Whilst this is a photo copy, and some of the pages are a little askew, it was all readable and intact. A real bonus finding an old manual for a classic piece of kit that no other site had.
It was easy done, and I got exactly what I was looking for.
Text excerpt from page 7 (click to view)
All transit bolts and packing must be removed before using the appliance. You are advised to keep all transit devices so that they can be refitted if the machine ever has to be transported again. 1. Using a spanner, unscrew and remove the rear right-hand bolt and lay the machine on its back, taking care not to squash the hoses. This can be avoided by placing one of the corner packing pieces between the machine and the floor.
Positioning and levelling
Install the machine on a flat hard floor. Make sure that air circulation around the machine is not impeded by carpets, rugs etc. Check that the machine does not touch the wall or other kitchen units. Carefully level by screwing the adjustable feet in or out. Never place cardboard, wood or similar materials under the machine to compensate for any unevenness in the floor.
Connect the water inlet hose to a tap with a 3/4" thread. The other end of the inlet hose which connects to the machine can be turned in any direction. Simply loosen the fitting, rotate the hose and retighten the fitting, making sure there are no water leaks.
2. Remove the polystyrene block from the bottom of the machine and release the two plastic bags. 3. Carefully remove the right-hand bag (1) then the left-hand bag (2) by pulling them towards the centre of the machine.
4. Set the machine upright and remove the two remaining bolts from the back. 5. Pull out the three plastic spacers from the holes into which the bolts were fitted. 6. Plug the open holes with the plugs which you will find at the back of the appliance.
The inlet hose must not be lengthened. If it is too short and you do not wish to move the tap, you will have to purchase a new, longer hose specially designed for this type of use.